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Discussion in 'Whitetail Deer Disease' started by FullQuiver, Apr 22, 2020.
Serious question ?
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Yes, a serious question. Why not accept it's exists and monitor and manage accordingly?
It is a much better idea than to have a study with the wild herd.
Logic and emotion don't play well together. Your response is twice as many as I expected.
You can have a viable study without changing the variables weekly?
Which CWD zone? The 3-county experiment "treatment" zone (with and without CWD) managed to increase prevalence & spread of CWD, the 2-county experiment "control" zone (with and without CWD) continuing some CWD management, the 19-county CWD Management Area (with and without CWD) which is proposed to no longer be designated or managed as a "CWD" area? The only thing consistent is being intentionally inconsistent.
In reality, I asked the question in the hopes that anyone considering a response would be forced to confront the base rationale for my statement and see how widely applicable a rational counter argument might be.
I think it worked.
So if I want to make a million dollars just put up a fence and bring in some CWD positive deer? That makes sense.
I find it strange that the people of the State would have to pay/compensate someone that has fenced in wild life that got a disease.
Follow the guidelines created by the state to legally open and operate a deer farm and continue to operate under those guide lines when CWD is found and yes you should be compensated for market value of your crop. Break the law and knowingly transport a CWD positive deer = jail time and fine.
Your right I don’t think people go there and pay big dollars for venison.Just look how much it cost to shoot one of there bucks